New season, new rules: Changes to the laws in the Premier League for the 2018/19 season

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New season, new rules: Changes to the laws in the Premier League for the 2018/19 season

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sbo666 The new Premier League season gets underway on Friday night - and there are some new rules to be aware of before the action gets underway. Every season sees a refining of the laws of the game, and this summer is no different.

Manager behaviour
The Premier League is eager to crack down on bad behaviour in the dugout this season. While there won't be red or yellow cards issued to coaching staff as in the EFL, managers will be penalised if they have to be consistently warned by referees. This season, four warnings from the referee sbo666 will see a manager receive a one-match ban. If the manager goes on to pick up eight warnings through the season he'll be handed a two-match ban. Twelve warnings leads to three and 16 is an FA misconduct ban.

Technology in the technical area
You may spot coaching staff playing on their iPads during matches this season after a new rule allowing technology to be used in technical areas was passed. While the tablets can't be used to argue about decisions with officials, it does allow coaches the chance to show tactical videos to substitutes or analyse live clips and data during the game.

Suspensions
This season, any cautions players receive will be specific to the competition they were playing in at the time. So, a yellow card in an FA Cup game, for instance, wouldn't count towards a suspension in the Premier League. sbo666 However, red cards will apply across all competitions - although standard bans can now be decreased or increased in exceptional cases. Players will be banned after picking up five yellow cards (with a cut off after the first 19 games), 10 yellow cards (cut off 32 games) and 15 yellow cards by the end of the season.

No extra-time in League Cup
Extra-time will no longer be played in the Carabao Cup this season, with matches level at 90 minutes going straight to a penalty shoot-out.The EFL, who organise the League Cup, have also announced the penalty shoot-out format would revert to the traditional alternating kicks, rather than the ABBA format which was trialled in 2017/18.
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Should there have been three red cards in Cardiff v Newcastle?

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maxbet Jamie Carragher, Craig Bellamy and Danny Gabbidon discussed whether there could have been three red cards in Cardiff v Newcastle.Kenedy was fortunate to escape punishment when kicking out after being tackled before half-time, but worse was to come for Newcastle team-mate Isaac Hayden who was shown a straight red card for a tackle from behind after the break.

Foul one - Kennedy kick
Gabbidon: He's a very lucky boy. If the referee sees it, I think it's a straight red card. He's right there, but not looking at the incident really, and I think it might have done Newcastle a favour had he gone off because the incident summed up his incident for me.Carragher: Kenedy should have been sent off. I cannot understand how the referee hasn't seen it, because he gives a free-kick for it. He kicks out and it's a red card.

Foul two - Hayden red card
Carragher: I think with this incident, he's just missed it and knows something's gone on. Now that is high - maxbet and it catches him on the back of the calf, referees may come on here and say that's a red card, but I think if that's given as a yellow card no-one complains or bats an eyelid.Some people might say it's an orange, but I think it's a bit harsh. Referees may come on and say excessive force, you're endangering an opponent, that type of thing - I think that was very harsh. I think he's made a big mistake in the first one, and I think he looks at that and thinks he can't get two wrong, so if it's borderline he's going. I felt a little bit for him.

Foul three - Arter yellow
Carragher: This might be the worst one. It absolutely has to be a red card. You can nick someone's ankles and get a yellow with a counter-attack, but he absolutely volleys him knee-height. It's worse than Kenedy's. Hayden is at least going for the ball, but that's the worst of the lot.I don't think the referee had a good game, but that's a shocking challenge. That could really seriously hurt someone. You hear about broken legs or over the top challenges, and he's volleying his knee like it's a ball on the edge of the box.

Is inconsistency becoming a bigger issue?
Carragher: This thing about consistency with referees - we're never going to get it. I'm not using that as a stick to beat them with, because we're all different, we all see things slightly differently. Some things happen at a hundred miles an hour, sometimes, if we're totally honest, now and again some of them will bottle a decision.

What you do want maxbet is consistency from the same referee in the same game.
Bellamy: We all want to be consistent, I wanted that as a player but you're going to have bad games, it will happen. But as Jamie said, if it's in the same game, and you've made a decision, your consistency in the game should set the standard and tone. I felt he was caught in between two many times and if you are, then you're going to make the wrong decision.
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